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Psu what is the power out put /+

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  • kenloder Jan 12, 2009

    I have 15 of these computers.

    2 of my powersupplies have failed.

    Would rather purchase new/replaced item vs. modify notebook powersupply.



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200 watt max. 19v DC power brick with a 4 pin plug, with two positive and two ground pins. The PSU is unique to the E-bot. I have not been able to find an exact match anywhere. Foxconn no longer sells the PSUs and will not help with tech support in any way. The PSU was originally produced by Fortron Source Power (FSP). When mine went bad, I had to buy a similar looking unit (but with only a 150 watt max rating), then I had to rewire the output cord, because the 4 pin plug had the positives and negatives switched around.

If you need a new power brick for the Ebot, I seriously hope you have the old original unit still. If you do, you can then simply buy any 19V laptop power brick that has acceptable power output (at least 120 watt) and then replace the power output cord with the original one from the Ebot's power supply (some soldering required). It's really the only way to replace the unit.

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Before you start, first check if your Power button is OK.

To do this, first unplug the power cord from your PC.

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Before you do any change, AALLWAYS do that with power cord unplugged and power button few times pressed !!!
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If there are infinite long beeps, than it is your RAM.
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